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I've decided that neither Jeep met my full expectations and for that kind of money the last remaining available options MUST be part of the deal. I'm willing to pay an extra few bucks for the options... I may have to order one.
curious if you went to Chapman Jeep in auto mall

talk to Rick Stewart

our 2013 was way less then the prices you quoted
I did not want the remote start on this JK
I had it on the 08 and one night my JK started up in the garage
( not sure how long it ran ... I wasn't pleased with that option)



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curious if you went to Chapman Jeep in auto mall

talk to Rick Stewart

our 2013 was way less then the prices you quoted
I did not want the remote start on this JK
I had it on the 08 and one night my JK started up in the garage
( not sure how long it ran ... I wasn't pleased with that option)

I did visit Chapman. Negotiating for a Jeep in Las Vegas is tougher than any other car deal I've ever done.
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I did visit Chapman. Negotiating for a Jeep in Las Vegas is tougher than any other car deal I've ever done.
if your searching the web try Dave Smith Motors

bought my cheby truck and my 08 JK from using their pricing
the dealer in Costa Mesa, Orange County matched their price on the 08 JK

at Chapman some of the sales guys are ...uhmmmmm not "helpful"
I`ve only dealt with Rick Stewart




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if your searching the web try Dave Smith Motors
at Chapman some of the sales guys are ...uhmmmmm not "helpful"
I`ve only dealt with Rick Stewart
I've been perusing the Dave Smith site and sent them an invitation to call me. For the right deal I'd fly to Spokane, WA, and ride their shuttle to Kellogg, ID.

Question though: Would 1,200 highway miles to good for a new engine?

The Chapman guys were very willing. Willing to help me out of my money.
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I've been perusing the Dave Smith site and sent them an invitation to call me. For the right deal I'd fly to Spokane, WA, and ride their shuttle to Kellogg, ID.

Question though: Would 1,200 highway miles to good for a new engine?

The Chapman guys were very willing. Willing to help me out of my money.
i know 4 people who have bought from Dave Smith and taken the ride home to Hendertucky..vary your speed and your vehicle will be fine.
PBR drove to Moab with 300 miles on his 2005 Rubi and others have done long trips.

once you get them to email ( fax) you a price with a VIN number
then call Rick Stewart ... Chapman charged $350.00 more then the Idaho price.
the same type of deal with Henderson Chevy on my 2006 truck




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Got Stinger from Dave Smith. 8K under what a local Salt Lake dealer wanted for the identical vehicle! I would not brag about Dave's service department. I knew a lot more about the jeep than they did.
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Dave Smith called back and in less than a couple of minutes gave me a pretty decent price on a 2015 Rubicon Hard Rock Edition. Now I have to decide if I want to go up there to buy. They are an invoice dealer so their prices are better than TrueCar in Vegas by about $2,400.00.
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Dave Smith called back and in less than a couple of minutes gave me a pretty decent price on a 2015 Rubicon Hard Rock Edition. Now I have to decide if I want to go up there to buy. They are an invoice dealer so their prices are better than TrueCar in Vegas by about $2,400.00.

I would go back in a heart beat!

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Dfw dealers are pulling $4k off of sticker over the phone . I was going to order one but finally found IT.

'15 hardrock, starting all over again.
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Dave Smith called back and in less than a couple of minutes gave me a pretty decent price on a 2015 Rubicon Hard Rock Edition. Now I have to decide if I want to go up there to buy.

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